I have some clearance menstrual cups I have found. I no longer stock this style so these are going out at a great price. They are medical grade silicon and good quality.
Size 2 large is generally suited for women post-baby that have had a vaginal birth, heavy flow, women over 25 years. It is also suitable for those with weaker pelvic floor muscles.
Capacity: approx 36ml
Length: 55mm from rim to base of the cup, from rim to tip of stem 75mm
These sizing recommendations are a general guideline other factors you may need to consider are the strength of your pelvic floor muscles. If you fit most of the size 1 cup criteria but have very weak pelvic muscles then consider the size large cup. If you have a low sitting cervix then the size 1 cup will be a better fit. Some women find their cervix sits lower during the first 48 hours of their period then moves back to the higher position.
It is designed to be folded and inserted into your vagina to collect your menstrual blood. Once inserted it opens up and is held in place by your vaginal wall muscles.
* Safe & Chemical Free
* Able to be used almost anywhere anytime
How often should I change my menstrual cup?
It is recommended the cup should be emptied, rinsed and reinserted every 4-8 hours. It will vary greatly as every goddess cycle is so different. With a bit of practice, you will quickly know how long you can leave it before emptying it during the different stages of your period.